A woman was found dead near an intersection in New Haven yesterday afternoon.
Authorities received reports of this discovery at approximately 2:00 p.m. and dispatched officers to the intersection of Whalley Avenue (Route 63) and West Prospect Street. According to police, a woman approximately in her 30s was found in the area, unresponsive, and was subsequently declared dead at the scene. Investigators have started scouring the area for evidence. Initial reports suggest the victim fell from a roadside structure, but authorities are still collecting data and studying all possibilities before releasing their final report. Updates regarding this case will be provided as they become available.
Officials handling this case have yet to determine if a motorist or vehicle caused this unfortunate death as it’s still under investigation. Needless to say, if authorities discover reckless behavior, negligence or foul play in this or other similar cases, victims or their families may have options they can discuss with legal experts to help them find closure.
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